Let's revisit the charts and update our technical strategy.
The bear clearly has the upper hand, though that doesn't mean it isn't worth stalking bullish reversals in both asset classes.
Technical analysis becomes difficult when non-market forces come into play.
But the latest bad headlines might be what are needed to set the stage for a better oversold bounce.
This has been a tough year for traders; let's step back and look at commodities, oil, the dollar and gold -- and see what could 'normalize' the bond market.
Here's why I still see an oversold rally on the way, and, boy, what a fight we're seeing of the bears vs. bulls on the S&P 500.
This could be an attractive opportunity for long-term investors seeking exposure to a currently out-of-favor sector.
We failed to get an oversold bounce and the major headwind continues to be interest rates.
Advanced Micro Devices' shares have been cut in half this year but that has not motivated investors to become buyers. Let's check the charts to see how low it can go.
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